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Jul 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
't seem to thwart careers anymore. technology enables us to be an always-on so. put the baby down for a nap. newborn babies sleep a lot. >> and it's clear marisa my jer probably going to use a lot of technology here to balance her family and her business live. using things like baby cams and trying to use video conferencing from home when she has to take care of the baby. it will be an interesting balance and everyone will be watching. >> thank you very much. >> sky 7 is live over the scene in walnut creek. traffic is gibbing to get back to normal. just minutes ago there is a poll electrified whit fell. >> pg&e turned ouer off. the eastbound commute has kicked in to full gear. and there is slow, things are moving. >> a hayward jury awarded the children of convicted killer hans riser $60 million for damages in the loss of their mother. this verdict read before noon today, riser convicted of murder in 2008 for the death of his wife. the jury ward each child $25 million for pain and suffering and 10sed million in punitive damage autos we wanted to make darn sure the children would ha
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Jul 29, 2012 5:00pm PDT
on board when the car stopped on the rails. rescue screws ride engineers had to use a large dine get up to the passengers and work on the coaster car undercarriage. vallejo fire crews say no one needed any medical attention, and we could see the riders waving to people down below, seemingly in good spirits. we know that fire crews took up water and sun block because they were up there for two hours. in the end, the coaster car safely came down and we're told that all the passengers walked away unharmed. >> we raved, put the crane on site in place. we have actually don some training with this in case that's -- this situation arose. >> the fire commander tells us, since this is a new ride, they got a call from cal osha to actually have this train on site and to do some training just in case something like this happened, and they tell us that, because they had that training, this is an operation that went off pretty successfully. they had basically two options, try to unlook the undercarriage hoff the cars so it would coast down -- and that's what happened -- or pluck off each one of the p
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Jul 19, 2012 5:00pm PDT
conviction. abc 7 news joins us live from city hall with more. carolyn? >> there is a long night for ilyana lopez. we caught up with her here just a short time ago. and she was smiling and talked to reporters saying she feels good and there is not much ground covered last night and the attorney says that she did a fantastic job. >> her wit come as cross. >> she's at the heart after the tempt to oust her husband, sheriff ross mirkarimi. the mayor made this move after mirkarimi pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge. and there is lopez supporting him, defending the marriage. >> never consider divorcing her husband. ever? >> no. >> no. we haven't talken about that. we never make decisions. >> abc 7's legallan lift says lopez expressing a united front is typical in domestic violence cases. >> there is a problem is that is not what she said at the time. city attorneys will point that out. >> that video taken by her neighbor. on the stand lopez talked about her conversation with madison and tried to put the tape into context. >> and she said as sheriff... this is an old-, used t
ABC
Jul 24, 2012 5:00pm PDT
and developments on twitter on abc 7 news bay area. >> there is u.s. us labor secretary participating in a union rally. it's being organized by california labor federation and communications workers of america and is meant to pressure congress to stop outsourcing federal jobs. and there are is a sheriff's deputy facing assault charges for an alleged domestic violence incident in a gym. he was detained last thursday for a dispute in a gold's gym on market street. he is openly gay and featured in the 2009 documentary "the butch factor". is he also charged with false imprisonment and has been placed on administrative leave. >> the second suspect in a killing of three members. the bologna family four years ago appeared in court today. and he entered not guilty to the murder and denies being a member of the ms 13 gang and conspiring to commit a murder. another suspect has been convicted of the killings. ramos says reyes was the shooter. >> when i going to be charged mr. reyes with firing we do not believe he fire aid weapon. >> with conspiracy they do form an agreement prior to the shotting -- shooti
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Jul 2, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> california lawmakers passed a first state law in the u.s. today that includes many the reforms included in national mortgage settlement brokered this year, that covers barroers who have mortgage was five largest lenders in the united states. california's law would go further, pro secretarying -- protecting all who face foreclosure. >> giving me, jose as a just ordinary citizen, legal recourse against this kind of abusers because what i found out along the way is that i am more of the rule, not the exception. >> california would require banks to establish a single point of contact for homeowners seeking help, banks would be banned from practices of robo signing. governor brown needs to sign the bill before it can become law. >> donations coming in tonight that are needed. people have given $1500 for those still homeless nearly two months afteran francisco apartment fire. neighbors in the mission district held a fund-raiser and collected donations. the drives are being held online. 37 people were displaced on may 6th and nearly half of them are still looking for a place to live. >> emerge
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Jul 15, 2012 5:00pm PDT
airline ticket. >> alan: police recovered stolen property at an oakland flea market. u.s. park police got involved because it involves items stolen from a construction sight at the pre sid you. officers left with what appeared to be toolboxes but would not say exactly what was stolen. >> ama: around 20,000 people packed golden gate park to raise money to fight a.i.d.s. it's a fundraiser with a need as great as ever. [cheering] >> reporter: thousands stepped out for the 2012 a.i.d.s. walk in golden gate park. this is the 26th year for the 10k walk, an event that has racessed more than $3 million for the fight against a.i.d.s. michelle and her friends say the rate at which young people are becoming newly infected is alarming and must be stopped. >> it affects us, too. the person to your left could have and it you don't know. the person you wake up to in the morning could have commit you don't know. >> i encourage you to please look around you to you thousands among you. >> dan ashley was the emcee for the event and lested sobering statistics where health officials estimate in san francisco
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Jul 9, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> this is really bad. this stuff is for the kmuchblt i live a couple block as way. and and this used to be horrible. >> this has been an ongoing pob prem. in the fall the bleachers on the football field were stolen, only a few still remain. the price is only about 80 cents a pound. not that much compared to what it's costing san francisco to replace them. >> that is staff time. and there is something that could be used for positive thing autos san francisco spends $300,000 a year fixing and preree placing things. and there the board expected to add 450,000ses today the rec and park budget. they now have only 12 for all 220 park autos that will be able to have coverage at night. >> and they admit it's possible to at poll every park in san francisco. now, we have seen police patrolling today but rec and park says it would like the public to be more involved to keep a watchful eye. there is a windy park, abc 7 news. >> thank you very much. and there is a manhunt taking police to north carolina today arresting a second man suspected in the shooting death of three family members. there is a jury convict
ABC
Jul 11, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. there are a lot of people still using a lot of electricity all at the same time. this is between ak and 7:00 p.m. >> hot temperatures are putting a strain on california energy grid. the top line on this graph shows today's available supply. bottom line shows demand starting to jump at 7:00 this morning and says demands will be higher tomorrow. >> and there is smoking hot inland. take a look at highs so far. 103 degrees antioch, livermore. and there is not as hot along the coast and the bay. 75 in oakland. san francisco there is fog. it's 71 and cool compared to inland areas and there is this heat here, typical for summer time. >> and there are fires broke out along interstate 8 owe in placer county. there is a lot of smoke now and it burned more than 70 acres in rugged terrain. crews attacking flames on the ground. there is a flame dumping flame retardant from the sky. and we'll keep you updated during the broadcast. >> members are taking a step starting next month, will dispatch only limited number of engines and man power to emergencies that are outside the territory, this is bad news for th
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Jul 6, 2012 5:00pm PDT
officers it does it to all of us, we all feel it police are now heading a multi agency investigation. >> there does appear accidental however there are things we'll be focusing on during the investigation. one of those things will be how firearms were stored. >> neighbors say they're saddened by the toddler's death but also wondering how it could happen in the home of a police officer. >> this should have been secure, locked away. unloaded. perhaps. >> this question overshadowed by a profound sense of grief. monique says she often saw preston. >> to think there is only going to be one now. so this is very sachld i can't imagine what they're going through. >> officer co-workers say he has their full support. >> we need to take care of brandon and the family z making sure they have what they need. it's a difficult time for them. >> and there is a weapon that was not a issued weapon but they're allowed to carry their own handgun as long as they are approved. >> and thank you for that update. abc p news learned hans riser convicked of killing his wife in 2008 will be back in court next w
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Jul 14, 2012 5:00pm PDT
is -- in this community sheers a hero to all of us. >> the family lived a few blocks from the rec center and betty used play her regularly. the aging center was tomorrow down, rebuilt, and officially renamed today. betty's family hopes it will both serve and inspire the community. >> i'm hoping they will walk away knowing that there was a brave little girl who grew up here in china natown who became very heroic. >> didn't take long for the hundreds here to walk out of the center believing just that. >> i think it's a good idea, and everybody remember her, and when i was there, it was very nice. >> the rec center will have classes, activities and programs for children, adults, and seniors, and will open to the public on tuesday. lisa amin gulezian, abc-7 news. >> ama: abc-7 news as learned a bicyclist hit and killed in downtown berkeley was noted professor from israel. 65-year-old benton was a guest lecturer at uc berkeley, a professor of psychology and education at the hebrew university in jerusalem and was this year's winner of the israel prize for psychology. investigators are reviewing surveillance
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Jul 25, 2012 5:00pm PDT
with us for latest developments. tonight at 5:30 on word news, a closer look at whether flunking a school exam was a turning point that the gunman caused him to snap. and there is developments as well. >> a suspect fired shots into a car full of children. it happened near highway 4. seven people, including four children were in the car when that shooting started. and the driver was able to get help two. adults in the front were wounded they're expected to recover. the children were not hurt and are with other family members. police say they don't know what motive is behind that shooting. >> and coming up an ugly war of words. >> and a california gas station owner refusing to serve members of the military. >> we'll lose more degrees today. when we'll gain them back into 90s. my accu-weather forecast is coming up. >> and there is a steamy novel series replacing the bible? in one overseas hotel. stay with us. abc 7 news >>> a gas station owner is the subject of protests today for refusing to serve our men and women in uniform. and we're live with the heart of the controversy. tim? >> we're i
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Jul 16, 2012 5:00pm PDT
confirmed took took a fast turn using a cell phone, then crashed into a tree. the ambulance took her to the hospital. police say there is no indication drugs or alcohol are involved. he says he wants it to result in the best interest of their 9-year-old sob. >> pro testors disrupted service to two muni lines this morning over the one-year anniversary of the death of a man result of a shootout with police and there is concern they can shut down again this, evening. >> there is a lively mem wril for kenneth harding underway as i speak here in san francisco's the bay view district. i asked his mother if pro testors would disrupt muni service. she said it's left to be seen. there are the group split and moved towards church street. to disrupt service. >> shuttle buses were ready to transport riders but police admit they didn't expect prot testors to move. >> when we were able to get resources together, and come on scene, they dispercented. >> this is a statement. >> and is a protest, harding is involved in a shootout with police checking out ticket evadeors. police maintain harding fired
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Jul 3, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. it's inching towards a propane tank. and u.s. national guard is now assisting crew autos parents, students and activists are protesting outside of headquarters. this is hours after police forced them to end a 19-day occupation at lake view elementary school. two protestors were arrested after refusing to pack up and leave this, is a response to the district's decision to close several schools. including lake view. school officials say 17,000 students left the district in the past decade that makes it difficult to keep schools open. >> san francisco police have arrested two people they believe are responsible for a devastating fire. there is a fire destroying one home, damaging three others at bay shore boulevard near industrial street in the bay view district. we're live tonight with the latest on the story. heather? >> the damage estimate here is at about $1 million, investigators are still looking at evidence to nail down a cause, they're identified this afternoon as a 48-year-old aaron kennedy and 55-year-old ronald weeks. and both returned to the scene when they were arrested
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Jul 4, 2012 5:00pm PDT
on the scene and there is no word yet on what cause that had fire. >> and police used deadly force following a domestic violence call. the fourth officer-involved shooting in six weeks, police responded to reports of a man with a gun in a parking lot on lincoln road west. and police ordered him to put the gun down but they say he refused. and nick smith has more on the story. >> the police say their training is top notch but the family of a victim shot and killed by a officer is asking if more could have been done to save him. >> they didn't have to kill him. they could have shot him in the leg. >> the sister of a man killed by a police officer and mother of his daughter grieving his loss and asking questions. before 3:00 a.m. police were responding to a domestic violence call with the suspect found in this parking lot. officers say they approached the suspect and he got out of the red nissan, he was distraught and they can see what appeared to be a handgun. officers called out to the suspect. >> and i heard show me your hands. >> a witness that did not want to go on camera says he saw it pl
ABC
Jul 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
record-high temperatures for much of the u.s. today is supposed to be the peak of the heat wave and cooler temperatures on the way tomorrow, but that's little comfort for those stuck in the sweltering heat. >> reporter: it's the heat wave and it's deadly crest. >> you wish you could have known and helped them out in some way, but what are you going to do? >> reporter: the chicago and 81-year-old woman died here where she lived without air conditioning. not far away, man died in the heat of this building. >> what's it like in there if you don't have air conditioning? >> it's like an oven. it's like being in a microwave or something. >> reporter: city workers went door to door checking on the elderly. >> extreme heat and humidity are more than just an inconvenience. they are dangerous and in some cases can be deadly. >> reporter: 22 states are under heat warnings or advisories, leaving 1,115,000,000 of us at the -- 115 million at the mercy of the temperatures. >> any shoe melt. >> the sand was burning my feet even with flip-flops on. it was hot. >> these people have the right idea
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Jul 27, 2012 5:00pm PDT
is a very special little boy. it's been a devastating experience for us. >> shannon was part of a large family camping trip and this gathering goes back three generations. before dawn they heard÷ú a loud cracking sound. andÑi his cousin suffered cuts and bruises he was saying my legs feel like jelly.my they're restless. kind of rolling back andw3 forth and we thought he was half asleep. wew3 didn't feel seriousnessp unti4÷÷ñt( later. >>xd and he was scheduled to start&jñ 7th grade in two weeks but that is on hold with life in the hands of surgeons and medicalu! staff at lucille pack yard children's hospital. >> we have to hang in there for zach. >> bleeding is still a concern. family and friends describe him as a fighter, they're all confident he's going pull through. surgery going on this afternoon is underway after five long hours. in palo altoçó david louie abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> and there is an update to breaking news we brought you at 4:00. 22 nd street is stillfálx?>i/4r because of a water main leak. this is a live picture from intersection of 22 and gurero streets
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Jul 20, 2012 5:00pm PDT
of view during his four years with us. >> holmes was in the process of withdrawing from the program, it's not clear why. his father arrived in denver to speak with the investigators. >> and a young woman who was shot and killed in this movie theater narrowly escaped another shooting in a mall last month. jessica was an aspiring sportscaster that moved to denver. and she was at a toronto food court june 2 during a shootout. she was with a friend. >> this is just assuming everything is okay. i said wow. and i went back to bed thinking about that and called back, later. we found out he was shot and his girlfriend killed. >> jessica graduated from university of texas and had just started a job in denver primarily covering hockey. now, aif you would like to honor victims we've posted a badge in honor of the first victim identified. and also, use that name and we'll share more memories as information becomes available. >> and because of the shooting in colorado security at some of the movie theaters has been increased including here in the bay area. there are police increased their patrols ar
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Jul 10, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. a student told us with her parents' permission what she thought of the principal. >> she was nice. she was also around to see how we're doing. >> he was given a heads up. and given an opportunity to create a story. he was given the opportunity to destroy evidence. and this could lead to six months jail time. the attorney for the principal says he's confident she'll be cleared of all wrong doing. the teacher chandler is next expected in court august 6. >> thank you. a lawsuit claims los angeles unified school district officials did nothing to protect students from a teacher charged with molesting more than 20 children. the suit filed today in los angeles contends the current and former principals of the schools ignored complaints dating back a decade. this suit filed on behalf of 14 mothers. >> the 22 kids we represent this first case started in 2002. they would have remedied the situation and removed this teacher mpl. >> and turns has been fired and pleaded not guilty to committing lewd acts with 23 students. >> the board of trustees for city college is trying to save it from being shu
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Jul 26, 2012 5:00pm PDT
the description of the weapon used in the shooting. a 17-year-old being charged with attempted murder and assault. >> there are officials saying the police officers are wrong about the system breaking down. officers claim they couldn't communicate with other officers in the room or outside. there is. >> this is unacceptable situation that puts lives of the citizens of oakland in danger. >> officials say an air conditioning unit caused an antenna to fail but insist it didn't happen until long after the president left town. >> in san swres yeah community coming together for a vigil remembering a couple shot to death while three children slept. this man believed to be in southern california or mexico. police found bodies inside of their home. police believe the killer may be an ex-boyfriend of mary bs s -- marybell. >> and a 12-year-old boy continues to recover after being very badly hurt when a tree fell on the tent he was sleeping in. and officials have not determined why this tree came crashing down in the morning. there is the county says the tree appeared to be fine last time it checks with cre
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Jul 5, 2012 5:00pm PDT
released today. abc 7 news joins us from the alameda county court house with charges. >> this boy's parents were arrested along with the baby-sitters, parents are going to be released and not charged. the young woman who was charged in court she did not yet have an attorney. she to not enter a plea. outside her family came to her defense. while the boy's parents won't face charges, the baby-sitter of a 3-year-old oakland boy has been charged with felony child abuse. the baby-sitter, a 24-year-old nakia williams called 911 from this apartment monday morning saying they she found the boy alone and not responsive in the bathtub. the district attorney charged william was felony child abuse and corporal injury to a child. the boy suffered recent and past head trauma a laser yaited liver, numerous scars and cigarettes, lighter and other burns on the bod yeechl william relatives say she is not capable after bus. one sister did not want us to show her face on camera. >> my sister has never displayed those types of actions and never done anything like that. my sister loves. >> police located three o
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Jul 12, 2012 5:00pm PDT
if sek thek show it as a video to people who may not read, and don't know how to use a computer. >> there is video last night. the cap says they will be distributing the dcd tomorrow. >> skm there is several shootings this week in a north richmond neighborhood. three teens were injured and they were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. mer than a dozen shots fired and residents say violence is a common occurrence in the neighborhood. >> when i first moved here within the first mine nos, nine deaths. i was shocked. >> and there is a 28-year-old injured in a separate shooting six blocks away. the first shooting happened in the same place tuesday morning. >> a 19-year-old woman shot and killed inside of an oakland motel this morning according to police. the woman was found around 3:00 a.m. inside of a bloody room on the second floor of the starlight motel. police say she was an oakland resident at that hotel with a friend. the friend tried to give first aid before paramedics arrived. so far no arrests have been made and no motive known for the shooting. >> new information t
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Jul 30, 2012 5:00pm PDT
lanes. the truck was carrying barrels filled with used fryer oil one barrel fell and gushed 100 gallons of oil in the street. that cleanup is leftover kitty litter that's what they are using to soak up the oil. >>> update on a story we brought you at 4:00. two men who were shot in the visitation valley neighborhood have both died. investigators say a fight between two groups preceded the shooting when officers arrived they encountered a large hostile group of bystanders they managed to get those folks calmed down. two shooting victims were taken to the hospital where they both pas waeufpltd again men still at large. >>> 142 felony charges filed today against james holmes. he appeared in court with his lawyer appearing much the same way during his first court appearance, dazed and confused. prosecutors charging him with 24 counts two for each shooting victim. he's also facing 116 counts of attempted murder for the 58 wounded. >> i do believe he should probably be locked away. and live with what he did everyday of his life. >> legal analysts believe the defense will bring holmes' sanity i
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Jul 8, 2012 5:00pm PDT
but this weekend a representative of the jockey guild tells us he believes paramedics would have been better qualified in that imagine. >> the memorial of jockey here ray herrera. >> the fourth race of the day was dedicated in his honor. on this track four days ago he was killed when the horse he was riding stumbled and he tumbled off. the jockey guild raised concern because of the type of immediate medical attention on scene. it was said, the emt's're on scene but the pair met kicks arrived afterwards. it seemed like a long time. though he acknowledges paramedics may not have helped much because of the injuries. after thursday's accident, the alameda county fair racetrack has agreed to beef up their medical chase team. >> due to this recent tragedy we have added one additional paramedic to be on the ambulance crew with the emts. >> before the racing day, friends and family gathered near the horse stables for a memorial. >> a great rider. >> he was very smiley guy. very happy. and very friendly with everybody. >> and among those who signed pictures of hernandez for his family was the opener
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Jul 13, 2012 5:00pm PDT
the u.s. department of justice. they said they're looking at more information and this may warrant a federal investigation of mira monty. >> and he pleaded not guilty to committing the lewd acts with 23 students. >> california state university trustees are considering pay raises for three new university presidents as csu fwrapel was a tuition hike and pay cuts. cal watch reports cal state president leslie wong would get $325,000 a year and csu northridge president roughly the same, $324,000. and san bernardino's president will make $319,000. and harrison would live rent free and others would get a $60,000 housing alouance, trustees picking up this proposal on tuesday. >> university chancellor of the city college of san francisco is talking about accreditation issues facing the school. there are 100 days to fix problems or risk losing accreditation. and what is being done. there is a group including staff and representatives. the letter stresses the college is not closing. 90,000 students attend. >> and a move by the contra costa county sheriff's department to expand a detention cen
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Jul 18, 2012 5:00pm PDT
note here, dan noyes is also covering the meeting and will be tweeting live updates using hash tack mirkarimi. look for that. >> san francisco police are wrapping up efforts to capture two sexual predators releasing a sketch of one suspect wanted for assaulting a woman in the mission district last month and he's described as a black male between age to-25 and weighs about 140 pounds. his accomplice is an hispanic male with no further information. we hope p you can check our web site rate later on and recognize the person, call the police department. >> uc students dressed as zombies broke out dance moves to make a point today to protest tuition hikes. and this looks like they won. the uc board voted to freeze under graduate tuition this fall but officials warn they could receive a steep mid year hike. >> and we're all very, very worried. this university was a $3.4 billion in 2007 and 2008. and there is now down $2.4 billion. it's going down, and down. and this has consequence autos the regents did vote to increase tuition for professional programs like law school, business school an
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Jul 28, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. you can find them -- follow us on twitter. you can find us at abc7news.com. >>> starting tonight, be sure to switch bag to abc-7 news after the olympics at midnight for all the local news and weather in seven minutes. >> now here with a check on the weather, leigh. >> leigh: you can see from the high definition mt. tamalpais camera that the city is here, richardson bay right here, and the fog is well down off the coast right now. live doppler 7hd picking up some of the fog bank right now. you can clearly see it has cleared the bay this the marin headland, great highway starting to break apart -- not break apart but starting to see a little bit more sunshine as the fog is pushing on toward the south. ocean boulevard still seeing quite a bit of fog, and all of this is going to move back inland tonight. antioch, 8 2. half moon bay, 57. santa rosa, up 11 degrees today from yesterday. you managed 86. your high. and that is your current reading right now. napa, 77. here's a look at the highlights and we'll look for low clouds to move inland, and the coastal drizzle. get ready for a war
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Jul 1, 2012 5:00pm PDT
of what used to be an apartment building is an eerie reminder. >> cast a pall on what otherwise was a fantastic day. >> residents were devastated as their homes were destroyed. >> my mom lived in unit 6, and i carry my mom down, and i save my mom. >> now two months later half of the residents are still struggling to find permanent homes. she remains concerned for some only her former neighbors. >> i know it was hard for us, four, kind of single kids in the city, but it's hearder -- harder for family. >> the neighbors decided to pitch in they blanketed the area with posters. the hope is that people when joyed sunday streets will spread the good will at their fundraiser. >> we have been tweeting and facebook page and media, to let everybody who loves sunday streets in the mission, there's something you can do to help the community. >> reporter: this event will continue until 6:00. the biggest concern for a lot of the organizers of the fundraiser is for one family in particular, 12 members in the family who are displaced from the fire it's very difficult to find housing for a famil
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Jun 30, 2012 5:00pm PDT
us a man driving a jeep cherokee crashed near here and then took off on not. witnesses say officers noticed he had a gun and then opened fire. this is cell phone individual wrote from a witness. several shots are fired during the intense confrontation. right now police are telling us they ordered the gunman to drop his weapon and surrender. they say he did not and instead pointed his gun in the direction of officers so the fired, hitting him several times. sheriff deputies started at the case in solano county after the first call of an armed robbery this morning. then vallejo city officers joined. in the suspect crashed the jeep cherokee he was driving. then hopped out and tried to steep -- escape on foot. >> when they had people in place they brought in two officers, came in that i noticed, from the offices side of the street, and there are two other officers over here on the side, and they came in through our backyard. there were several shots fired. >> reporter: this is an incident that started at a convenience store this morning. police are not giving many details as to exactly
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Jul 23, 2012 5:00pm PDT
is on monday, he'll learn what charges are being filed against him. >> and stay with us for the latest developments on the colorado theater massacre. and there is a slide show on the front page of our web site. >> the president is back in the bay area on a fund raising stoch. we have live team courage -- coverage. >> the president just left the temple here at lake merit. 25 people paid $25,800 each to sit at a round table with him. he's on his way to a private residence at piedmont. will local businesses are helped or hurt? one business is capitalizing in a big way with this coffee on the menu. just a block down from the fox theater bittersweet cafe put obama blend coffee blend on display. guests tonight will be paying nearly $36,000 for a swig of the special brew. and this is hawaiian, kennan and indonesian beans over the weekend. >> crazy fast. i roasted and made a blend. >> it's a strong flavor. and there is a pop to it from the hawaiian beans. >> the owner says she is not worried about protests tonight. and the furniture and put night streets. but then, employees confronted them an
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Jul 21, 2012 5:00pm PDT
and some people just wanted to get out and stay out. >> we were just scared, a lot of us were scared and just trying to get out, but everybody was like slow, i was nervous and still sweating and nervous. >> i was a little bit concerned, but you know, it's-- there wasn't any screaming or panicking, it was about the safety precautions, because, what happened recently. >> theater management in several major bay area cities, including here in san jose have upped security in light of yesterday's attacks in colorado. and many have brought in extra private security guards, while san jose police have been told that their officers that patrol theater on foot and by car if they're not responding it a call already. as for those who were evacuated from this movie theater, i'm told that they can go back to the movie theater and get amc passes, that are good for any movie for more than a year. live in san jose, abc 7 news. >> thank you, lisa, in response to the shooting spree, hollywood movie studios agreed to suspend this weekend's box office reporting and they're joining warner brothers in withh
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Jul 22, 2012 5:00pm PDT
thousands of travelers strappedded. >> back here, leigh glaser is here to tell us about a slightly cooler trending out there. >> leigh: you're exactly right. we thought we would see a little more of a cooldown today. not so. temperatures near 100 degrees. so this is -- you can see from the high definition sutro cam, a little fog making its way through the gate there. not a lot. you can even see a live don her 7hd picking up a little bit of the activity. most of the fog out there earlier in the day has since pushed on towards the south. the closeup visible indicates that as well. the live doppler is picking up isolated thunderstorms. this is fire off lightning strikes. this ban will be moving out of the area overnight. this is a look at the closeup satellite. you can see a little fog near the coast, and then it has since started to decareer, push on towards the south. here's the fog making its way through the gate so not a lot of cooling inland. in fact, antioch at 98 degrees. fairfield, you're at 9 6. 67, san francisco, san jose, clear sky. you are at 83 degrees. san jose down seven degre
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